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Monroe business victim of break-in

Published January 09. 2012 05:04PM

A Monroe County business was the victim of a burglary that occurred on Friday. It was one of several burglaries and theft incidents probed by state police at Fern Ridge.

Troopers said about 7:19 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7, unknown criminals threw a cement block through the front double pane glass window at the AT&T store located in the Regency Plaza, along SR209, in Brodheadsville, Chestnuthill Township. Once inside the criminals removed six iPhones and two Bluetooth accessories.

Troopers are investigating a burglary at a residence at 56 Hunter Lane, in the Indian Mountain Lakes development in Penn Forest Township, Carbon County. A door was damaged to gain entry. Once inside the criminals removed a Smith & Wesson .32-caliber revolver, a CO2 BB handgun, Glock style, a power generator and $500 in cash. The property is owned by Raymond Goetschius, of Clifton, N.J. Entry was gained sometime between Jan. 3-6.

A residence at 123 Woodland Road, in the Indian Mountain Lakes development was entered but nothing was apparently taken. The property is owned by Catherine Darty, of Jackson, Ga. The incident occurred sometime between Jan. 3-6.

A male juvenile has been arrested in connection with an entry at a residence along Pawnee Trail, in Penn Forest Township. Entry was made sometime between Dec. 30 at 6 a.m. and Jan. 1 at noon. The juvenile removed several bottles of liquor with a total estimated value of $105.

He admitted to the entry and theft of the liquor. Charges are to be filed with juvenile authorities. The victim is John J. Kelly Jr., of Levittown.

A 1991 Chevrolet pickup truck was entered while parked at 9 Rollingwoods Trail, in Chestnuthill Township, sometime between Jan. 3-5. Removed were two guitars and a paintball gun.

The 1994 Nissan Sentra of Renee Sneed, of 94 Grand Mesa Drive, Lower Sierra View, Effort, Chestnuthill Township, was stolen sometime between Dec. 28 at 4:30 p.m. and Dec. 29 at 9:30 a.m. while parked at the residence. The car is tan in color.

Anyone with information concerning any of these incidents is asked to call troopers at (570) 646-2271.

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